Just came across these fabulous t-shirts and bags over at Cubist Literature, where you can also find scads of other rad tees, handknit gloves and scarves, cool shoulder bags, and a bunch of other cool things with their stellar illustrations.
The following shirt is so strikingly awesome, it was even featured in June 2009’s New York Fashion Magazine!
Or, go ahead and get the bag instead:
“Moi, je veux te dire que je ne te quitterai jamais. Et puis, si tu es triste, je pourrais toujours te donner un peu d’alcool pour te rechauffer le couer. xo”
Translation: I want to tell you that I’ll never leave you. Then, if you are sad, I could always give you a little alcohol to warm your heart.
Go forth and purchase! T-shirts generally range from $23-$26.
Cubist Lit. Etsy Shop
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Anciens avertissements/publicités des Grands Magasins du Louvre:
First image above found over at the lovely ArtDeco blog
Second image found HERE
Black and white corset advertisements found HERE
Last image found HERE
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I have become absolutely infatuated with these scarves at LittleFactory.com, and I think you will too:
Sample fabric of all three scarf options, in white (number, lowercase, uppercase):
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For this fourth installment of Wordshop Wednesday, I would like to introduce you to the adorably crafty and poetic Sprout Head. Sprout Head sprouted into my life yesterday, via Poppy Talk‘s lovely introduction of highly purchasable holiday ornaments. I clicked on the link to Sprout Head’s Etsy shop, and…well, that’s pretty much where the obsession began. Check out the genre-bending (hehe, get it?) sprouts for yourself:
ILLUSTRATED POETRY BOOKS:
1. “We Carry Each Other”
2. “First Song”
3. “Genius Love”
PLUSH CLOTH PINS:
ROSE CITY SUMMER ZINE:
LETTERPRESS HOLIDAY ORNAMENTS:
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